Setting up an HDR time lapse


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Setting up an HDR time lapse

Standing out here, right now, and I've got these really great, big, poofy, pooficus nimbus clouds, or something up here that are really beautiful, and one thing that can really work well for shooting pictures of clouds. Is to attack them with an HDR scenario. You'll get a whole lot of really fine kind of filigree texture around the end. But another thing about clouds is, they move, particularly here in Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plains. And a great way to handle moving objects is to shoot a time lapse, so that you can see the clouds.

Billow across the sky. This week on The Practicing Photographer, we're going to look at how to combine those two things. We're going to shoot an HDR time lapse, so that we can see the movement of the clouds. But with HDR, we're going to get a whole bunch of extra detail in them. Now, for this to work, you need a few things. First of all, for, or for an HDR time lapse to work, you need a few things. First of all, you need an HDR scene...

Setting up an HDR time lapse
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